You can’t “beet” the westside! We love gardening in our large westside garden. We also love the vibrant energy here. This is the sort of spirited community where residents proudly wear t-shirts naming their community. (What other communities are doing that?!) We also love riding our tandem along the amazing Jordan River Parkway just two […]
“My family, being new to the “West Side” of Salt Lake City, enjoy living in an well-lit community. When we moved to the area we noticed that the street we had moved onto could use another street lamp given that it was extremely dark in our area. I called the streets department and no sooner […]
“What I love about my neighborhood is the culture diversity of the people that live here. And the squirrels that we feed.” ~ Dino M.
“What I love about my neighborhood is the location of the area I live in. I live in Poplar Grove and I love the fact that I live less than 2 miles away from downtown. As a young adult, it’s the best because I can attend all of the fun concerts and nightlife activities without […]
“There are so many things I love about living on the Westside of Salt Lake City! I grew up in Bountiful, but even as a teenager I was drawn to the cultural diversity of the westside of Salt Lake. I have now lived in Glendale/Poplar Grove for 16 years, raising my 3 sons here, and […]
“I love living in Fairpark because of the diversity in my neighborhood. I can get specialty foods from All Chay or Chungas as well as sample many authentic Mexican flavors from other small mom and pop restaurants. Going for a walk is always a delight. I walk past a Buddhist Monastery, the Islamic Society, a […]
“I am a California transplant and the Westside feels so much like home to me it has now become it. I am not sure I could live in Utah if I didn’t live on the west side. I appreciate the cultural diversity and sense of community we have here. It’s just a great place to […]
“I love the architectural & landscape diversity of the neighborhood.” ~ Naomi A.
“I love the Westside especially Poplar Grove area because of its diversity.” ~ Huy N.
“As a first-time home buyer, I selected a place in the Poplar Grove area in 1999. My place was located next to the (at that time) abandoned 9th South Railroad Line. I even contacted the railroad company before I purchased the house and was informed that yes, that line had been abandoned. So I bit […]